Cash Flow

Example Definitions of "Cash Flow"
Cash Flow. On an annual basis, as of the Testing Date, the actual rental payments (including, but not limited to, payments for taxes, insurance and operating expenses) with respect to the Property actually received by Borrower for the twelve (12) calendar month period which ended on the Testing Date, minus the actual Operating Expenses for such period. Cash Flow shall be increased by the amounts of any extraordinary non-recurring maintenance items that were incurred during such twelve (12) calendar month... period View More
Cash Flow. On an annual basis, as of the Testing Date, the difference between (1) Gross Revenue with respect to the Property actually received by Borrower for the trailing twelve (12) calendar month period ending on the Testing Date, minus (2) the sum of (A) the actual Operating Expenses for such period, (B) an amount for reasonable management expenses equal to the greater of three percent (3%) or the actual management expenses for such period (such management fees shall include both base management fees... and incentive management fees), and (C) an amount for FF&E expenditures equal to four percent (4%) of Gross Revenues for such period. Cash Flow shall be adjusted by Lender, if necessary, to accurately reflect the amounts of any extraordinary non-recurring maintenance items that were incurred during such trailing twelve (12) calendar month period View More
Cash Flow. Operating income before depreciation and amortization for the Company and those of its affiliates which are included with the Company in its consolidated financial statements, as determined by the Committee. In the event there is a significant acquisition or disposition of any assets, business division, company or other business operations of the Company that is reasonably expected to have an effect on Cash Flow, the Committee shall adjust the First Tier Goal and the Second Tier Goal to take... into account the impact of such acquisition or disposition by increasing or decreasing such goals in the same proportion as Cash Flow of the Company would have been affected for the prior calendar year on a pro forma basis had such an acquisition or disposition occurred on the same date during the prior calendar year. Such adjustment shall be based upon the historical equivalent of Cash Flow of the assets so acquired or disposed of for the prior calendar year, as shown by such records as are available to the Company, as further adjusted to reflect any aspects of the transaction that should be taken into account to ensure comparability between amounts in the prior calendar year and the year to which the performance condition applies. View More
Cash Flow. The Company's cash from operations less capital expenditures, excluding the impact of foreign currency exchange rate fluctuation, for the award period as calculated by the Company, consistent with Section 162(m) of the Code, in its sole and complete discretion.
Cash Flow. Means as to any Performance Period, cash generated from business activities.
Cash Flow. Means the sum of (i) net investment income before taxes, plus (ii) depreciation expense and amortization, plus (iii) Interest Expense, plus (iv) non-cash expenses, plus (v) the Capital Gains Fee paid to Investment Advisor in cash, all determined in accordance with G.A.A.P.
Cash Flow. The sum of (i) net income after tax, dividends and distributions, plus (ii) depreciation expense and amortization, plus (iii) Interest Expense, plus (iv)non-cash expenses and minus (v) non-cash income, all determined in accordance with G.A.A.P.
All Definitions